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60 Killed, 257 Injured in 'Pakistan’s 9/11'
  Pakistani President Tells Foreign Troops to Keep Out
  Bomb a Warning to End Pakistan-US Cooperation
  Senior CIA Officers Were Target of Islamabad Blast
  Truck Bomb's First Target May Have Been Prime Minister's House
Afghanistan Largely Quiet for Peace Day
  Modernized Afghan Taliban Runs a Parallel Government
Russia Rejects New Measures Against Iran
  IAEA Shows Photos Alleging Iran Worked on Missile
Police: Iran-Trained Iraqis Return for Attacks
  Change of Paymaster Raises Worries in Saddam's Hometown
  Sunday: 20 Iraqis Killed, 114 Wounded
Army Alters Photographs, Issues Them to Associated Press
W. Point Report: Yemeni Terrorists Gave Plenty of Warnings
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by Katrina Vanden Huevel
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Empire of Nothing  by Doug Bandow
Free World Colossus  by Lee Congdon
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